Will Unipolarity in the International System Give Way to Multipolarity?: A Brief Consideration

Will unipolarity give way to multipolarity?  To state my answer up front, yes, I believe it will.  The question is, how soon…or how long?  Nations rise and fall; governmental structures and those who make up those governments, to include their policies and personal interests, change.  Sometimes this is for the good, sometimes for the bad.  … Continue reading Will Unipolarity in the International System Give Way to Multipolarity?: A Brief Consideration

The ‘Two Constitutional Presidencies’ and Woodrow Wilson’s Influence

Jeffrey Tulis, in "The Two Constitutional Presidencies," argues that there is a formal presidency and an informal presidency.  As a result, he states, "many of the dilemmas and frustrations of the modern presidency may be traced to the president's ambiguous constitutional station, a vantage place composed of conflicting elements."  What follows is an exploration of … Continue reading The ‘Two Constitutional Presidencies’ and Woodrow Wilson’s Influence